Tips to Fix iPadOS Update Stuck on Apple Logo

Finally, the iPad is free from the chains of the iPhone. In other words, iPads will no longer have the same operating system - iOS as on Apple’s iPhones. Instead, the popular tablets by Apple will run iPadOS. With iPadOS as a completely new operating system, the iPad is now more powerful as there are a lot of new features are introduced in it.

The good news is that the beta version of iPadOS 13 is now available for testing. It means that you can download the beta version of Apple’s upcoming iPadOS 13 software to try new features. But, the sad news is that a lot of users recently reported some problems related to this new iPadOS 13, which include iPadOS 13 stuck on Apple logo.

If this sounds you, then you have come to the right page. Here, in this article, we will show you various helpful tips you can try to this problem.

Part 1. Common Tip to Fix iPadOS Update Stuck on Apple Logo

The first thing you should try to come out of iPad stuck on Apple logo after iPadOS update is force restart your iPad. Sometimes, simply performing a force restart on iPad can fix the various problems without much trouble.

Force restart iPad with Face ID such as iPad 2018 iPad Pro, you need to:

  • Press and quickly release the Volume Up button.
  • Press and quickly release the Volume Down button.
  • Press and hold the Top button until your iPad restarts.

Force restart an iPad with Home button such as iPad Air, you need to press and hold both the Home and Side (or Top) buttons for at least 10 seconds, untile you see the Apple logo.

    force restart iPad   

If force restart works, then your iPad will return back to its normal state and you can use it as usual. What if this method fails to fix iPad update stuck problem for you? Then, all you need to do is to move on to the following solutions.

Part 2. Best Solution to Fix iPadOS 13 Update Stuck on Apple Logo without Data Loss

If you are looking for an ultimate and power solution to fix iPad Pro stuck on Apple logo after iPadOS update, then Any iOS System Repair is the most recommended for you. It can help you to fix iOS stuck problem without losing any data. The tool will repair your iPad system in order to resolve the problem including iPad frozen on Apple logo after update to iPadOS 13, iPad won’t turn on after the update, recovery mode loop and much more.

ReiBoot is compatible with all iPad models and iPadOS. Download and install this program to fix iPadOS 13 problems now.

Step 1. Launch this program on your computer and connect your iPad stuck on Apple logo to computer. Choose Repair Operating System function.

    repair operatintg system 

Step 2. Click Fix Now to continue.

    repair iPad system 

Step 3. Download the firmware online. This will obtain the latest official iOS version from Apple server. Hence, f you are currently using iPadOS beta version, the iOS will be downgrade to latest official version after system repair.

Step 2. Click Fix Now to continue.

    download firmware online 

Step 4. Start repairing iPad system to fix iPad frozen on Apple logo problem.

    iPad system is repaired successfully 

Part 3. Restore iPad in iTunes To Fix iPadOS 13 Update Stuck on Apple Logo (Data Loss)

Last but not the least way you can try to fix iPad won’t turn on stuck on Apple logo problem is restoring iPad with iTunes in recovery mode. Although this method is very effective, it will lead to data loss. In other words, restoring the iPad in iTunes will erase the data from your iPad. Thus, you should create a backup of important data before you try this method.

Follow the below steps to learn how to restore iPad in iTunes:

Step 1: Since your iPad is stuck on Apple logo, please follow the steps to put iPad in recovery mode. iPad models with Face ID: Press and hold the Top button and either volume button until the power off slide appears. Drag the slider to turn off your iPad. And then connect your iPad to computer while holding the Top button. Keep holding the Top button until you see the connect to iTunes screen.

iPad with Home button: Press and hld the Side (or Top) button until you see the power off slider. Drag the silder to power off your device. And then connect your iPad to computer while holding the Home button. Keep holding the Home button until you see the connect to iTunes screen.

    ipad recovery mode 

Step 2: iTunes will detect your device and request you to restore it in order to use.

    restore iPad in recovery mode 

This method will erase data during the restore process. Once the process is completed, you will be able to set up your iPad as new.

Part 4: Additional Tips: About the iPadOS 13

iPadOS is an upcoming and new mobile operating system developed and created by Apple. It will rebrand iOS on iPads (tablets) to differentiate features between the iPad and iPhone. The good news is that iPadOS introduces interesting new features such as new home screen layout and the capability for an iPad to act as a second monitor for MAC OS. However, its features are the same as of the iOS 13.

Get to Know Compatible Devices for iPadOS:

The new mobile operating system provides support for iPads that comes with an Apple A8 OR A8X chip or above. However, iPadOS supports devices:

  • iPad Pro - all models
  • iPad Mini - 2019
  • iPad Mini 4
  • iPad - 2018
  • iPad - 2017
  • iPad Air - 2019
  • iPad Air 2

As the beta version is available to download and so, you can give a try to it if your device is compatible with iPadOS. Also, if your iPad Mini stuck on Apple logo after update, then you can fix the problem with the help of tips mentioned in this article. Perform a force resart on your iPad is helpful if it is frozen or won’t turn on, while if a simple start does not help, you can use the iOS System Repair to repair iPad stuck without data loss.

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